Are you looking for the best online Amigurumi food patterns? You’ve come to the right place! I’ve scoured the internet to bring you the top 20. Have fun!
These sweet treats are ready for you to make, complete with patterns for wrappers, swirly frosting, and sprinkles! Super cute with a wide variety of color choice. The nice thing is, if you have a question about the pattern, you can as the lady who wrote it!
Buy pattern here: www.etsy.com/listing/57000091/cupcake-amigurumi-pattern-pdf-crochet
2. Bonbon Magnets
A great addition to any chocolate lover’s fridge. One reviwer commented, “Easy and non fattening!” Use any brightly colored yarn, leave off the topping, and you now have…gumballs! Lots of fun.
FREE PATTERN: www.lionbrand.com/patterns/80222AD.html
3. Banana Split
Simply scrumptious! This Amigurumi is definitely realistic and fun. Complete pattern with bananas, whipped cream, cherries, and sprinkles. (The sprinkles are the fun part.) Don’t be daunted by the many parts, they’re small, easy pieces.
Buy pattern here: www.etsy.com/listing/56706853/pdf-crochet-food-pattern-banana-split
4. Play Food Hamburger Set
A truly “happy” meal, since your food actually smiles at you. A very cute child-size setthat includes a hamburger, curly fries, chocolate milk, and ketchup in a little cup.
Beginner to advanced beginner level.
Buy pattern here: www.etsy.com/listing/45919842/play-food-hamburger-set-great-for-tea
5. Tea Cup Pincushion
Take a sip as you sew with this elegantly simple teacup. Lovely yet functional, with a realistic teabag tag draping over the edge of the cup. This pattern would also be easy to personalize with a few embroidered flowers on the side.
FREE PATTERN: www.lionbrand.com/patterns/80219AD.html
6. Corn on the Cob
A beautiful example of how a few simple stitches can whip up into something so realistic and cute! The single crochet emphasizes the individual kernels, and the curled, richly green husk is lovely. This pattern is part of a set of patterns for a cornucopia, including pumpkin, apple, squash, and an eggplant. or just fun by itself!
FREE PATTERN: www.lionbrand.com/patterns/80841AD.html
7. Kiwi Cherry Treasure Cake
If you’re a beginner looking for a larger project with simple directions and easy stitches, this project is for you. A treasure box cleverly disgised as a beautiful cake, this project looks good enough to eat and even more fun to make.
Buy pattern: www.etsy.com/listing/55786858/kiwi-cherry-treasure-cake-pdf-crochet
Even if you don’t like to eat sushi, this pattern holds a plethora of crochet pleasure. There are 15 different sushi pieces to choose from, such as cucumber roll, futomaki, octopus nigiri, and even a dollop of wasabi! Plus, with 20 pages of instructions, illustrations, and hints and tips, this pattern is one you won’t want to miss!
Beginner to advanced level.
Buy pattern: www.etsy.com/listing/56923825/amigurumi-sushi-pattern-collection-pdf
9. Two Peas in a Pod
This is a very, very cute pattern with lots of variation possibilities. Two little round peas, with cute little smiles snuggle cheek to cheek in a pod. Make according to directions for the bride and groom, leave off the accessories for any occasion, or add whatever accessories you wish to fit the special occasion or holiday.
FREE PATTERN: www.lionbrand.com/patterns/80308AD.html
10. Pinwheel Candy
Like the bonbon magnets, this pattern has great potential for using up your loose ends of yarn. Fun swirly candy looks like the real thing, or at least close. Crank some out with your crochet hook- you may end up fooling a saltwater taffy lover near you!
FREE PATTERN: www.lionbrand.com/patterns/80747AD.html